Embassy of Fiji to Belgium

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The Embassy of Fiji to Belgium is responsible for Fiji's diplomatic relations with the Belgium. Established in July 1973, it doubles as Fiji's Mission to the European Union. The Ambassador to Belgium, currently Ratu Seremaia Tui Cavuilati, also holds the title of Permanent Representative to the European Union. He is assisted by two Counsellors (Tupou Raturaga and Nidhendra Singh, who is responsible for agriculture and trade) and by Ms N. Khatri, the Second Secretary. In addition, there are three supporting staff.

List of Ambassadors[edit]

The following individuals have held office as Ambassador to Belgium.

Order Chief Justice Term of office
1. Sir Josaia Rabukawaqa [1] July 1973 - 1976
2. Satya Nandan 8 November 1976 - 1983
3. J.D. Cavalevu 1983 - 1985
4. Poseci Bune 1985 - 1987
5. Kaliopate Tavola 1988 - 1998
6. Isikeli Mataitoga 1998 - 2004
7. Ratu Seremaia Tui Cavuilati 2004–present
Rabukawaqa, who was Fiji's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, was accredited as Head of Mission to the European Union and as Ambassador to Belgium, but was not resident.

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